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[audio]Minimal It - Alex Young
Keywords: Minimal
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[audio]Helicoids - Alex Young
Nostalgic, ambient electronica
Keywords: ambient; electronica; electronic
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[image]Montage Studies - Alex Young

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[image]Psychotic Breaks - Alex Young

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[audio]Alex Young - Montage Studies [Cam066] - Alex Young
We're happy to present to you Montage Studies, a 4 track ep from London's own Alex Young. Previously releasing on Insine and Microsound, he brings to camomille 33 minutes of exquisitely refined soundscaping. Sometimes disturbing, sometimes awe-inspiring and beautiful, this collection of sonic juxtaposition is the perfect wallpaper to mysterious nightskies and long, rainy days.
Keywords: Ambient; Experimental; Drones
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[audio]Alex Young - Psychotic beats [cam084] - Alex Young
London's Alex Young is back at Camomille with a new lp, this time incorporating beat experiments to his drones and ambiences. Shuffling through layers of sound, Alex manages with ability to transport the listener through a periphery of shades and moods, starting with lighter, clearer melodies and going through darker tones and ending with collapsed beats and clostrophobic ambiences.
Keywords: Ambient; IDM; Glitch; Dark Ambient
Downloads: 4,510
[texts]Multiscale Edge Detection in the Corona - C. Alex Young
Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) are challenging objects to detect using automated techniques, due to their high velocity and diffuse, irregular morphology. A necessary step to automating the detection process is to first remove the subjectivity introduced by the observer used in the current, standard, CME detection and tracking method. Here we describe and demonstrate a multiscale edge detection technique that addresses this step and could serve as one part of an automated CME detection system...
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[texts]HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Prohibiting the introduction of certain food stuffs into Hawaii (Volume 15) - Sanford B. Dole
"HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Prohibiting the introduction of certain food stuffs into Hawaii" is an article from Public Health Reports (1896-1970), Volume 15. View more articles from Public Health Reports (1896-1970).View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-41455143
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[texts]Coronal Mass Ejection Detection using Wavelets, Curvelets and Ridgelets: Applications for Space Weather Monitoring - Peter T. Gallagher
Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are large-scale eruptions of plasma and magnetic feld that can produce adverse space weather at Earth and other locations in the Heliosphere. Due to the intrinsic multiscale nature of features in coronagraph images, wavelet and multiscale image processing techniques are well suited to enhancing the visibility of CMEs and supressing noise. However, wavelets are better suited to identifying point-like features, such as noise or background stars, than to enhancing the ...
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[texts]Automated Detection of EUV Polar Coronal Holes During Solar Cycle 23 - Michael S. Kirk
A new method for automated detection of polar coronal holes is presented. This method, called perimeter tracing, uses a series of 171, 195, and 304 \AA\ full disk images from the Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) on SOHO over solar cycle 23 to measure the perimeter of polar coronal holes as they appear on the limbs. Perimeter tracing minimizes line-of-sight obscurations caused by the emitting plasma of the various wavelengths by taking measurements at the solar limb...
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[texts]Evidence of a Plasmoid-Looptop Interaction and Magnetic Inflows During a Solar Flare/CME Eruptive Event - Ryan O. Milligan
Observational evidence is presented for the merging of a downward-propagating plasmoid with a looptop kernel during an occulted limb event on 2007 January 25. RHESSI lightcurves in the 9-18 keV energy range, as well as that of the 245 MHz channel of the Learmonth Solar Observatory, show enhanced nonthermal emission in the corona at the time of the merging suggesting that additional particle acceleration took place...
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[texts]The kinematics of coronal mass ejections using multiscale methods - Jason P. Byrne
The diffuse morphology and transient nature of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) make them difficult to identify and track using traditional image processing techniques. We apply multiscale methods to enhance the visibility of the faint CME front. This enables an ellipse characterisation to objectively study the changing morphology and kinematics of a sample of events imaged by the Large Angle Spectrometric Coronagraph (LASCO) onboard the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) and the Sun Earth C...
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[texts]New High-Resolution Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Observations with GBT+MUSTANG - Tony Mroczkowski
We present recent high angular resolution (9") Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect (SZE) observations with MUSTANG, a 90-GHz bolometric receiver on the Green Bank Telescope. MUSTANG has now imaged several massive clusters of galaxies in some of the highest-resolution SZE imaging to date, revealing complex pressure substructure within the hot intra-cluster gas in merging clusters. We focus on three merging, intermediate redshift clusters here: MACS J0744.8+3927, MACS J0717.5+3745, RX J1347.5-1145...
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